Güner Dinçer ÇELIK
I'm a member of technical research staff at Oracle America Inc. in the Quality of Service in Cloud Computing Infrastructure Group. I've received my Ph.D. and M.S. degrees in Electrical and Engineering and Computer Science (EECS) Department at Massachusetts Institure of Technology (MIT) in 2012 and 2007 respectively. I've worked with Prof. Eytan Modiano in the Communications and Networking Research Group (CNRG) at MIT. I received my B.Sc. degree in Electrical and Electronics Engineering from the Middle East Technical University (METU), Ankara, Turkey with second highest ranking in 2005. In August 2010, I was a visiting researcher at Bell Labs in Mathematics of Networks and Complex Systems Research Group in NJ and in summer 2007, I joined Microsoft Research (MSR) Systems and Networking Group in Camrbidge, UK as a research intern. You can see my publications here, and my resume here.
My research interests are in cloud computing, data mining, wireless network control, and queuing theory. In particular, my interests lie in developing efficient data mining algorithms; modeling and analysis for, and predicting the performance of cloud computing platforms; scheduling, routing and resource allocation for network control and optimization; and dynamic server scheduling in queing systems.
I love the magic in sharing through conversation, traveling, discovering and learning about new ideas and new cultures, trying new activities and spontaneity in life. I play the guitar and compose songs. I am an intermediate level Argentine Tango and Salsa dancer. Hiking, photography, wine tasting, mountain biking, skiing, basketball, tennis, and soccer are among the activities I really enjoy.
Address: 77 Mass. Ave. Room 31-011, Cambridge, MA, 02139, USA, or 400 Oracle Parkway, Rm. 1385, Redwood Shores, CA, 94065
Email: gcelik [at] mit [dot] edu
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